Nearly $200,000 for environmental education to pre-school students.
New Japanese ambassador pledges to continue strengthening cooperation with gov’t.
+$250,000 in support of the Khmer Rouge tribunal’s Legal Documentation Centre.
The “unexpected” trade spat between Japan and South Korea revealed that it is the support from Japanese suppliers that has allowed South Korean companies to dominate the semiconductor market for so many years.
On Sept 27, 2019, the European Union and Japan launched the Europan Uniom–Japan partnership on sustainable connectivity and quality infrastructure.
Abe pledges to support Asean in its efforts to strengthen regional cooperation.
Moon Jae-in and Shinzo Abe hold their first talks for more than a year.
World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont has lauded Japan 2019 as “probably the greatest Rugby World Cup”.
A Sewerage System Dev. agreement.
A major fire devastated a historic Japanese castle on the southern island of Okinawa on Thursday morning, destroying large parts of the World Heritage site’s complex, local authorities said.
Citing China as “a particular risk”, an anonymous US military officer said on Oct 21 that Japan must inform its public of the “China threat” and that China’s weapons inventory “threatens Japan as well as others in the region”, according to a Bloomberg news report.
The trilateral relations between South Korea, China and Japan are composed of three bilateral relationships, which have rarely been in positive shape at the same time.
Shinzo Abe vows to continue supporting the Kingdom’s development.
Heavy rain is once again expected to pound Japan, with areas still recovering from extensive flooding brought by Typhoon Hagibis earlier this month likely to be hit again, the weather agency here said Thursday.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met his South Korean counterpart Thursday and warned frayed relations should be mended, but appeared to suggest it was Seoul’s responsibility to make that happen.
PM welcomes 3 new ambassadors in the Kingdom, the US’s, Japan’s and Germany’s.
Japan plans to send its military to help protect waterways in the Middle East.
Japan pledges to promote business partnerships with Cambodian SMEs.
Japan’s new Emperor Naruhito completed his ascension to the ancient Chrysanthemum throne in a solemn.
The King is to be in Tokyo as the Japanese Emperor proclaims his enthronement.
Cambodia and Japan vow to enhance cooperation in combating terrorism.
Japan to provide $3.2 million to support a food aid programme in schools.
Japanese companies, especially those in the automobile and electronics sectors, played a strong role in the country’s exceptional rise from the ashes of World War II.
South Korea’s central bank cuts its key interest rate to the lowest point in two years.
Rescuers in Japan worked into a third day on Tuesday in an increasingly desperate search for survivors of a powerful typhoon that killed nearly 70 people and caused widespread destruction.
Japan gave their typhoon-hit nation reason to celebrate when they edged a thrilling game with Scotland 28-21.
Typhoon Hagibis claims at 44 lives across central and eastern Japan.
Labour Ministry reports no Cambodians are injured during Typhoon Hagibis.
Japan’s military scrambled to rescue people trapped by flooding.
Rugby World Cup organisers took the unprecedented step of cancelling two games as Japan braces for Super Typhoon.